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is a comprehensive nutrition system that covers all aspects of maximizing performance for competitive power… More
In this installment of the Powerlifting Nutrition Series
, we’re going to tackle one of those most controversial areas of nutrition: supplementation.
If you̵… More
In this installment of the PowerliftingToWin Nutrition Series
, we’re going to tackle an incredibly popular topic in the health and fitness world: meal frequency and nutr… More
While it has certainly been a while since the last installment of the Powerlifting Nutrition Series
, the show must go on. Beginning with this article, we’re going to discus… More
Thus far in the powerlifting nutrition series
, we’ve really outed the WHY and the WHAT behind powerlifting nutrition. Now that we’ve got those pieces in place, we ne… More
Let’s talk about how to cut weight for powerlifting!
In the last article in the nutrition series, we discussed when to move up a weight class
. If you’ll recall, our r… More
For whatever reason, people get very adversarial about their programming plans. As you all know, we just HAVE to have those debates about what is better: 5/3/1
I’ve been wanting to write this article for a very, very long time.
Despite the fact that I spent nearly a month reviewing dozens of programs
, various methods of organizin
Depending on how you view such things, Ed Coan is perhaps the best deadlifter of all-time
. His deadlift success is so outstanding that the “Ed Coan Deadlift Program”, which he… More
are a key piece of equipment for any serious powerlifter. As most of us know by now, the average trainee tends to squat a bit more weight if they use Olympic liftin
In the first articles in the nutrition series
, we established that Powerlifting Nutrition primarily serves two purposes: performance enhancement and weight management. In th… More
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As detailed in Mike Tuchscherer’s Reactive Training Manual
, traditional percentage based programming
is highly flawed. The crux of the issue is that most programmers make tw… More
I recently received a great question on the differences between programming for the natural and the enhanced lifter. From reading or watching the Powerlifting Programming Seri